Mailbox Monday

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Jan 282013
 

Last week I had 2 books in my mailbox:

Dying To Run by Cami Checketts

Cassidy Christensen wants to run.
Captured by the traffickers who killed her mother, her only hope is Dr. Tattoo, a man she loves but nobody trusts. When she finally gets a chance to run, someone else she cares about is taken. Running might be her only chance at survival, but she won’t allow another family member to be killed in her place.

This must-read sequel to Dead Running will have you laughing, biting your nails, and hoping for more.

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Next Door Savior by Max Lucado

We applaud men for doing good things.

We enshrine God for doing great things.

But what about a man who does God things?

One thing is certain. We can’t ignore him. If these moments are factual, if the claim of Christ is actual, then he was, at once, man and God.

New York Times bestselling author Max Lucado shows readers why they need a God-man Savior. A just-God Jesus could make them, but not understand them. A just-man Jesus could love them, but never save them. But a God-man Jesus?

Near enough to touch. Strong enough to trust. A next door Savior.

Mailbox Monday

January Host– Lori @ Lori’s Reading Corner

  8 Responses to “Mailbox Monday”

  1. Dying to Run sounds very exciting! Enjoy your new books 🙂

  2. Hi Vicki,

    I really like the sound of the Cami Checketts books, she is definitely an author I shall be adding to my reading list. I am guessing that as ‘Dying To Run’ is a sequel, I should really read the books in sequence.

    I hope that you enjoy both your new finds and have a good week,

    Yvonne

  3. Both new books for me. Have a great week.

  4. Max Lucado has always been a favorite author! Enjoy your books.

  5. Enjoy your books. They look good.

    Elizabeth
    Silver’s Reviews
    My Mailbox Monday

  6. I loved Cami Checketts books!

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